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With the Our Gifted Kids Podcast
As a parent of three gifted children I am here to talk about all things gifted…
Because I’ve been where you are now, wondering what to do and where to get help. Feeling alone and isolated and like ‘one of those parents’. Wondering what alternate reality I’d just fallen into?
Then I found peace of mind, support, and my tribe.
This Podcast is about sharing that journey, actually parenting gifted kids and connecting with advice and support so we have everything we need for every member of our family to thrive.
We’re daring to re-imagine what Christmas might look like for our gifted families and giving parents permission to make it easier!
Today we catch up with Sam Young, as we unpack strength-based learning and find out why it’s ideal for gifted kids.
Marc Smolowitz shares as I ask him, ‘what’s been the most surprising, interesting thing on your gifted journey?’
We talk to Sam Young about the many hidden benefits of Dungeons and Dragons for gifted kids and why you should give it a go!
Josh Smith shares why skateboarding is perfect for gifted kids and how it inherently develops resilience, confidence, and a growth mindset.
We explore how to express your gifted self with digital art & music with Johannes Dreyer in Gifted Talented & Neurodiversity Awareness Week.
Justin Ratcliff, self-confessed board game fan talks to us about why gifted folk need board games in their life.
We talk to Kate Donohue about why gifted play & joy is different and important as a part of Gifted, Talented & Neurodiversity Awareness Week.
Marc Smolowitz joins us to introduce Gifted Talented & Neurodiversity Awareness Week as we talk about #giftedjoy!
We talk to Dr Gail Post about the very different journey that we experience as parents of gifted kids, the unique ups and downs.
We’re back with Part 2 of our episode talking to Kintara Phillips about navigating schools and education with gifted kids.
In this episode, we’re talking to Kintara Phillips about navigating schools and education with gifted kids.
We’re talking to Dr Gail Post about how to tell your child they are gifted and do we need to modify our expectations for our gifted kids?
We talk to Dr Daniel Fried about his Biochemistry Literacy for Kids online classes – perfect for gifted kids!
We talk to Anne, mum of three gifted kids, about figuring out her kids are gifted, finding the right school and their many differences.
In our final Gifted Awareness Week episode, we’re talking to two of our kids about what it is like to be gifted, giftedness and Minecraft.
Part 2 of our conversation with Nana & Pop about grandparenting gifted kids, what giftedness is, and parenting across the generations.
We talk to Nana & Pop about grandparenting gifted kids, coming to terms with giftedness, and parenting across the generations.
This episode is for parents, from one parent to another, about the 5 Things I Wish I Knew When my Child was Diagnosed as Gifted.
We talk to Teresa Currivan about understanding extreme behaviour in gifted boys, how they externalise feelings and how to look behind it.
“Sophia, today we’ve had a two-hour meltdown and it’s all fuelled by anger and perfectionism – do you have a podcast on that?!” We do now!
Allison Davies talks to us about how our brains impact our behaviour and how this can help us parent gifted kids.
We look into what community really means for us in the gifted community and why parents of gifted kids need community so much.
A dynamic episode with excerpts of numerous guests talking about why we need to talk about women and girls in neurodiversity.
We talk to Emma Nicholson and Dr Chris Wells about Dabrowski’s work, overexcitabilities, and what positive disintegration has to teach us.
We join Paula Prober talking about her analogy the rainforest mind, multipotentialites and parenting gifted kids.
We talk about the challenges of pursuing adult diagnosis of gifted and ADHD with Nadja Cereghetti for Neurodiversity Celebration Week.
Jennifer Harvey Sallin and Sophia Elliott talk about adult giftedness and neurodiversity as we unpack the journey of figuring it all out.
Today we ask what is neurodiversity and neurodivergence? and why is it worth exploring our own neurodivergence as an adult?
We dive into the complexities of giftedness with Kathleen Humble & Dr Rebecca Farley who share their journey as parents of gifted kids.
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